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Must-see documentaries 2024

Must-see documentaries 2024
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Must-see documentaries 2024



Must-see documentaries 2024:-
Here are some of the must-see documentaries of 2024:

  1. “To Kill a Tiger” – Directed by Nisha Pahuja, this documentary follows the story of Ranjit, a farmer in Jharkhand, India, who seeks justice for his 13-year-old daughter after she survives a brutal sexual assault. The film highlights the family’s resilience and fight against ostracization, offering a powerful narrative of hope and determination (Marie Claire).
  2. “The Lionheart” – This HBO documentary combines archival footage of legendary driver Dan Wheldon with the present-day lives of his sons, Sebastian and Oliver, as they follow in their father’s footsteps in the world of motorsports. It explores themes of grief, legacy, and family (Marie Claire).
  3. “Frida” – Directed by Carla Gutiérrez, this documentary on Prime Video delves into the life of surrealist painter Frida Kahlo, using her letters, interviews, and illustrated diary to tell her story in her own words and images (Marie Claire).
  4. “Black Twitter: A People’s History” – This Hulu docuseries, based on Jason Parham’s article, explores the rise and influence of Black Twitter in American political and cultural life, featuring interviews with scholars, critics, and influencers (Marie Claire).
  5. “Unlocked: A Jail Experiment” – Streaming on Netflix, this documentary offers a compelling look at a radical social experiment in an Arkansas detention facility, where inmates are granted more agency to explore the impact of jail conditions on the human psyche and spirit (The Latch).
  6. “Bread and Roses” – Directed by Sahra Mani, this Apple TV+ documentary captures the seismic impact on women’s rights and livelihoods after Kabul fell to the Taliban in 2021, following three women as they fight to recover their autonomy (The Latch).
  7. “Black Box Diaries” – This documentary follows journalist Shiori Ito as she confronts her sexual assault by a high-profile media figure in Japan. Her pursuit of justice challenges deeply entrenched attitudes towards consent and women’s rights in Japan (GuideDoc).

These documentaries cover a wide range of topics, from personal stories of resilience and justice to explorations of cultural and societal phenomena. They provide insightful and thought-provoking narratives that are sure to resonate with viewers in 2024.

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